At Banner Desert Medical Center, we are dedicated to a high-tech, high-touch philosophy of care. At Banner Desert Medical Center, we are dedicated to a high-tech, high-touch philosophy of care that has helped us become the hospital of choice for East Valley communities for nearly 40 years.
As one of the largest and most comprehensive facilities in Arizona, Banner Desert serves as a tertiary referral center for the East Valley of metropolitan Phoenix and treats the highest levels of acuity in the East Valley.
We offer state-of-the-art technology in all departments, from our da Vinci surgical robots to our 3D cancer technology.
Banner Desert also offers unique integrative therapies, from Dog Therapy, Music and Massage Therapy to The Oasis Spa, a hospital-based sanctuary offering a team of highly skilled, licensed practitioners who will assist you in reducing stress, renewing energy and restoring a sense of well-being.
We are committed to providing our community with excellent patient care and are ranked as one of the top five hospitals in Phoenix, being recognized for eight high-performing specialties, according to U.S. News Best Regional Hospitals report.
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* VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY * Volunteer courtesy cart drivers provide a friendly, comforting welcome to patients and visitors in the parking lots with a golf cart ride from their cars to the hospital to enhance the quality of customer service. Apply by clicking the link below and follow these instructions: 1. Select - “Volunteering” 2. Select - “Read More” 3. At the bottom of the page, select “Adult Application” OR call 480-412-3259.
Not sure if you need urgent or emergency care? Use our new Get Care Now tool on BannerHealth.com to access urgent or emergency care locations. Simple instructions help you choose the most appropriate care and reserve your spot.
Volunteers are an important part of Banner Health's mission of making health care easier, so life can be better. Interested in volunteering? Visit https://bddy.me/2HorDAv to learn how you can help.
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Parenting can perhaps best be described as dealing with a range of emotions, from pure joy to sheer frustration. Educators at Banner Academy are proud to offer Love and Logic®, a special six-week workshop series that will help you turn parenting and teaching into a fun and rewarding experience. The series begins Wednesday at Banner Academy in Tempe. Follow the link to register for each class.
If you've ever had strep throat, you know how miserable it is. But what does it mean for someone who strep throat a lot? Dr. Joel Cooper, a board certified family physician at Banner Urgent Care, discusses the reasons this occurs, and shares treatments and prevention tips.
The Banner Poison and Drug Information Center, which serves residents in Maricopa County, received more than 62,000 calls in 2015 and the majority of those calls involved human exposure. Clinical Educator Maureen Roland discusses risks and tips for prevention, from laundry pods to poisonous plants, with azcentral. #nppw18 #preventpoison